Popular GPS Articles for 2005
The M5 offers everything a regular Pocket PC does, plus it functions as a GPS receiver, helping users find not only where they are, but where[...]
We flew to the other side of the world to take pictures of the new ASUS MyPal A636 built-in GPS PDA. Why? For your benefit and because we[...]
I had the pleasure to get my hands on the latest PDA/GPS device from Garmin, this time in the Pocket PC flavor. The iQue M5 is Garmin's first device[...]
The Garmin M3 GPS-enabled PocketPC, a followup to the older M5, sacrifices certain of its predecessor's features in exchange for a much more palatable price tag. We find out[...]
Stellus System has announced a GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver that works with handhelds with SDIO slots.
After offering Palm OS models for several years, Garmin has just announced the iQue M5, its first GPS-enabled Pocket PC.
Last week at Computex in Taipei Mitac had it's two new GPS devices, the Mio 169 Pocket PC and GPS integrated device and the Mio Digiwalker 269 pure GPS device.[...]
Responding to the growing interest in handheld-based GPS solutions, palmOne is going to add a pair of new GPS receivers to its list of accessories.
Garmin has just unveiled a new GPS receiver that can communicate with a Pocket PC via Bluetooth.
iGolf Technologies is now selling a GPS receiver in an SD card for palmOne's new Treo 650 smartphone.
The Mio168RS is one of the few Pocket PCs to include a built-in GPS receiver. Unlike its predecessor, this latest device from MiTAC runs Windows Mobile 2003 SE.
Garmin will release later this month its second Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver. This will cost somewhat less than its predecessor.
At first glance, the BGP-100 doesn't look like a gamepad so much as--well, at first, it doesn't really resemble anything at all. In its collapsed shape, it's a simple bar[...]
Transplant GPS, the worldwide distributor of EMTAC brand products, is now offering a GPS receiver featuring the SiRFstarIII chip set.
The Bluetooth Qualification Program has given its approval for MiTAC to release its first Bluetooth-enabled Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver.
The ASUS MyPal A636 and MyPal A632 are GPS-enabled handhelds running Windows Mobile 5.0.
Navman has taken the wraps off the PiN 57, its second Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver.
MiTAC has given the world a glimpse its first GPS-enabled cellular-wireless handheld, which it calls the Mio A701.
After several weeks of rumors, Fujitsu-Siemens has officially unveiled its latest series of Pocket PCs, which will run the latest version of Windows Mobile and have built-in GPS receivers.
Some new details have surfaced on MiTAC's next GPS-enabled Pocket PC.